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  • This show swings at it and pulls it off in style in my opinion

    • by Sadonna
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      Cowboy Bebop is a legend that spawns new legends from within itself. The first episode is no exception but is a delight to read.

      For those not familiar with the series, Cowboy Bebop puts the title of the music style right on the cover, in this case, Asteroid Blues.

      The first point I always look for on a show is the speed in which


      they introduce the characters.

      This show swings at it and pulls it off in style in my opinion.

      They simply introduce and present to the viewers their situation, all by showing bell peppers and beef have no beef, and little peppers.

      Now the main selling point of the show was the style.

      Style seemed to literally carry the show, which in this case was ...


      • a good thing.

        However the story pretty much begins to bog down to this.

        A drug runner has gotten a hold on some military grade drugs called devil’s eye, a pure version of the street red eye steroid drug.

        So, Spike Segal goes down to capture him for the bounty on his head, just to find things are not as they seem.

        A

        few awesome hi-jinks later, he is sitting on the bebop with no cash and a empty stomach to boot.

        My Verdict on this episode: The class then meets smooth jazz and action galore.

        Some drama thrown into the mix and we now have the legend of bebop.

        Try to find a copy of the video to watch right away, its sure to be a new star.




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